When you see “a right start,” you’re probably thinking this is about how to choose a curriculum, or how to get your kids geared up for a new school year, or how to structure your year… But this important step needs to come before all of that–you need to invest in yourself. Not necessarily weekly manicures, or regular Starbucks lattes,… Read More
So many times I have found myself being forced to be flexible. There have been times when I have been triumphant, and there have been times when I have hung my head in defeat…times when I was bending, bending…and then finally..SNAP! Journaling is such a great way to see what God has been teaching you and to discern continuing… Read More
It’s easy to feel alone sometimes. Being a wife and mother takes lots of time and TONS of focus, and sometimes it doesn’t feel like there is anything left over for other relationships, much less for yourself. Finding a way to nurture yourself through relationship, specifically a mentor relationship, can be such a blessing and encouragement as we work through… Read More
I’m a little out of “whack.” I do not have to do my own homeschool planning and scheduling this year. I’m done! After 22 years, all four boys have graduated and not having planning for the fall to do….has me a little out of whack. ……SO….my friends. You know me….always having an idea….and hoping to better meet the needs of… Read More
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If you’ve had children, I’m sure you have learned how to take a deep breath. The kind of breath that you need to use when birthing those babies or the kind of breath you must take before responding in anger. That’s not the kind of breath I’m talking about. Through the years of mothering and homeschooling, I often felt weighed… Read More